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INFO-I 275 Introduction to Human-Computer Interaction Theory

3 credits

Prerequisites: None

Students will learn the fundamental theories of human-computer interaction (HCI) and user-centered design. This course is both a survey of HCI research and an introduction to the psychological, behavioral, and other social science knowledge and techniques relevant to the design of interactive and ubiquitous computing systems.

This course is approved for the Social Sciences component of the General Education core.

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  • On-Campus
  • Online

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